T & D's Cats of the World 2020 Season Opens

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May 9, 2020 to September 30, 2020

T&D's Cats of the World - Wild Animal Refuge

Spring Opening of T & D's Cats

T & D's Cats

 

 

Governor Wolf has placed Snyder County in a yellow zone. This means that T&D's can open by following state and CDC guidelines.

All visitors (including children over the age of 2) must wear a mask (even outdoors at T&D's) and social distance.

Hours: Saturday and Sunday - Noon - 6:00 (no one admitted after 5:00) Admission: $10.00 ages 3 and over (cash only)

Aviary is temporarily closed due to Covid-19 restrictions.

We also hope that those of you who live in the red areas adhere to your county guidelines and visit us once your "stay at home" guidelines are lifted. Please be smart and stay safe for you, your family, and others.


Visiting T & D's Cats of the World Wild Animal Sanctuary

 

ADMISSION TO MAIN FACILITY – $10.00 per person (ages 3 and over)

ADMISSION TO AVIARY – $5.00 (ages 3 and over) – Temporarily Closed!

ONLY CASH ACCEPTED FOR ADMISSION FEES

T&D’s welcomes you to visit the animals during the following days:

MAY
Saturdays and Sundays – Noon – 6:00pm, (gates close at 5:00pm

JUNE, JULY, & AUGUST
Saturdays and Sundays – Noon – 6:00pm, (gates close at 5:00pm)
Monday & Tuesday – closed
Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday – Guided tours offered two times each day.  First tour starts PROMPTLY at 10:00am & second tour at 2:00pm. You must go on a guided tour during the week.  Guided walking tours last about 1 hour and 20 minutes.  Once the tour is over, you may NOT go through on your own.

SEPTEMBER
Saturdays and Sundays – Noon – 4:00pm
During September, you must go on a guided tour.  Tours will start every 1/2 hour.  First tour starts PROMPTLY at 12:30 and last tour at 4:00.  Tours will last a little over an hour. 

Visit our website for more information about visiting T & D’s Cats of the World

 

 

T & D's Cat Chat 2020 Spring Edition

T & D’s CAT CHAT Spring 2020 Edition

Read the full newsletter here: The newsletter from T&D’s Cats of the World Spring 2020

Highlights from the newsletter:

Financially, this has been a very rough time for the animals due to Covid-19 restrictions. With the cancellation of fundraisers in April and school field trips in May, the animals have already lost around $25,000. This is a significant amount to our facility. Donations are gratefully received. See information below.

NEW RESCUES & NEW TIGER DENS
Over the winter, five new tigers found their way to T&D’s. Meet Quinn, Anna, Elsa, Ava, and Bree. They came from out-of-state facilities but all at the same time! Do you have a finicky house cat? Well, we have a few finicky tigers (plus our new rescues) so we have had to reconfigure our tiger enclosures and create new dens. Thanks to a very generous donation new fencing was installed and two of four new dens are now completed. The other two dens will be completed in the next few weeks. Read more about our tigers and their new digs in the newsletter.

NEW BEAR DENS STARTED
It is time for Bud (our eldest bear at age 31) and his bear neighbors to receive new dens. Thanks to other very generous donors, materials for 5 new dens were ordered the beginning of this year and have arrived. Construction has started on these dens. We hope to complete them by early summer.

T&D’S EVENTS
“Celebrating 30 years: Howling, Growling, and Roaring”
Saturday, July 11 & Sunday, July 12
Activities will include: a band both days and fun animal games for you to play. More details will be posted closer to the event.

Check out our website www.TDsCATs.com to see the new look and an easier way to sponsor an animal!

 

 

Help the Wild Animal Rescues at T & D's Cats


Donate to T&D’s

Any donation amount is greatly appreciated. Since T&D’s has no paid employees and only a handful of volunteers, 100% of your donation goes directly to care for the animals. This includes food, veterinarian care, enrichment, and exhibit maintanence or new enclosures. Even though quite a few of the animals live at T&D’s due to government confiscations, T&D’s does NOT receive government assistance.

You may send a check made payable to T&D’s Cats of the World, PO Box 186, Penns Creek, PA 17862, or use the Paypal donate button below.

Thank you for helping the animals.

 

T & D's Cats of the World Wild Animal Refuge
570-837-3377
P.O. Box 186, Mountain Road
Penns Creek, PA 17862
www.TDsCATs.com
[email protected]
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